Calendar of Technology Conferences

calendar-2016 Time to plan a new calendar year and register for popular technology conferences to take advantage of early bird attendee specials.

If tech conferences aren’t in your schedule, but business or leisurely travels to tech cities like San Francisco, CA are planned, then planning your visit around these significant technology conferences will help avoid encountering accommodation shortages and paying for hotel rates with added conference pricing.

January Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Consumer Electronic Show (CES) (Las Vegas, NV) **
February
March Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Game Developers Conference (GDC) (San Francisco, CA)
April Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Amazon Web Services (AWS) (San Francisco, CA)
May Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Google I/O (San Francisco, CA)
June Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Apple Developer WWDC (San Francisco, CA)
July Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Comic Con International (San Diego, CA) **
August Canada
  •   SIGGRAPH (Vancouver, BC and Los Angeles, CA)
September Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Salesforce Dreamforce (San Francisco, CA)
  •   TechCrunch Disrupt (San Francisco, CA)
October Silicon Valley (U.S.A.)
  •   Oracle OpenWorld (San Francisco, CA)
  •   Oracle JavaOne (San Francisco, CA)
November
December

** Although Consumer Electronic Show (CES) and Comic Con International are not held in Silicon Valley, I included these conferences in this list because they often come up as talking points during the months of January and July, respectively.

Happy New Year!

“Technology must be like oxygen: ubiquitous, necessary and invisible” — Unknown

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